Do note the
definitions for deploys. A as triggered by a PR/merge, takes the form deploy preview
deploy-preview-42--yoursitename.netlify.app as opposed to a production deploy preview which takes the form
61bca6635ddd093d3d0993e2--vigorous-lewin-937bb3.netlify.app (deploy previews have a permalink like this too.)
If it is a deploy preview, you’ll find this thread useful
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Here is my scenario:
On GitHub, I’ve made some “GitHub Actions” that use the netlify cli to publish a deploy preview.
The issue I’m having is that once I publish the deploy preview, there is no hook to tell github that for the PR I have open, netlify should tell github that my PR has had a deploy.
For example, I have this PR: https://github.com/NullVoxPopuli/emberclear/pull/128
With this C.I…
Any idea what they are referring to as a solution here? Will this work for auto publishing for me too?
My repos are in github and I want to deploy/publish using webhooks but as I’ve seen in this post https://answers.netlify.com/t/triggering-publish-with-a-webhook/4191/13 that it needs to be done from your side.
Could you please remove the webhooks from repos so I can deploy/publish using buildhooks api call.
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I’m not aware of what is referred to there.
Are you using the
build hook found under
https://app.netlify.com/sites/YOUR_SITE_NAME/settings/deploys#build-hooks or the
Using the former is what I have referenced previously.
Yep I’m using the build hook not the create site build api
Is there anyone else who might know whats causing this to no auto publish?
That’s exactly the cause. Even your screenshot says it:
Deploys from no-deploys are published automatically
So pushes to the master branch are considered as branch deploys:
So this is working as expected. If you don’t want Netlify to build for your commits, you can set
[skip netlify] anywhere in your commit message and Netlify will not build for it.